I have this same problem, but videoDB is the solution. It does not matter how
many CDs a Movie has as long as they share the same DiskID (it is not
unique). That way you can have 3 VCDs with one DiskID.
I also use the DiskID to keep track of the Series I own. My code is XXXX-YY
where X is the unique Series ID. 0001-01 is the first movie of the StarWars
series 0001- 02 is the second etc. They have several DVDs in the case, and
videoDB has an entry for each DVD, but with the same DiskID. I hope I
explained it correctly.
So when you import 897,898,899 you take 00001-01 as the DiskID for all of
them. That way, when you borrow it, all CDs get borrowed.
On Sunday 07 March 2004 17:10, you wrote:
> The only problem I see currently is that multiple entries seem to be a
> weird thing with VideoDB from using it in the past.
> The problem with many xvid/divx/etc is that there are two and sometimes
> three cds and I am not sure how to list these. All of mine are in order..
> say CDs 897,898,899 are a SVCD of X-Men or something.. but all are the
> same movie just parts 1-3 respectively.